At Dorothy G. Negrin, P.A., we specialize in bringing the law to your corner. We are dedicated to understanding what results you want and to helping you understand what actions we can take on your behalf. We will work with you every step of the way to make sure that you understand the choices you are making and feel empowered to make them.
Our firm represents national and local businesses, financial institutions, and individuals in a variety of complex commercial and real estate matters, including contract disputes, lender disputes, title claims, liens, construction defects, consumer finance, and banking.
Dorothy Negrin is a seasoned litigator and a Board Certified expert in real estate law who has successfully represented individual and corporate clients in state and federal courts at both the trial and appellate levels, as well as in bankruptcy.
Negrin received her J.D. with cum laude honors in 2003 from the University of Miami School of Law, where she was an Ann Wren King Scholar and a James Weldon Johnson Fellow. Negrin has been recognized by peers and was selected to Rising Stars for 2012, 2013, & 2014. She has also been recognized for her pro-bono work by the Florida Bar Foundation and the Cuban American Bar Association.
What does Board Certified mean?
Board certification recognizes attorneys’ special knowledge, skills and proficiency in various areas of law and professionalism and ethics in practice. Established in 1982 by the Florida Supreme Court, board certification helps consumers identify specialists in various areas of law.
There is a big distinction when someone takes the steps to earn board certification in a specialty area of law. This idea of legal specialization increases an attorney’s ability to best serve the public. All lawyers must be licensed to practice. Board certification, however, is voluntary.
Certified lawyers in real estate deal with matters relating to real property transactions including, but not limited to real estate conveyances, title searches, property transfers, leases, condominiums and cooperatives, interval ownership, mortgage, zoning and land use planning, real estate development and financing, real estate litigation, and determination of property rights.